We are very excited to announce that Greenpeace's ship, the Arctic Sunrise, is coasting into Boston from February 16th to February 21st, 2011, as part of our East Coast Coal Free Future Tour!
Did you know that in the Boston/Cambridge/Quincy Metro area, pollution from coal-fired power plants is responsible for 144 deaths, 128 hospital admissions and 283 heart attacks every year?
After eight years of inaction and even outright denial of global warming by the Bush Administration, the global community is weary of America’s commitment to tackling the climate crisis. That’s why Greenpeace organized events across the country...
Greenpeace Boston volunteers joined with allies this week to deliver over 639,000 public comments collected to support the EPA’s rules to restrict mercury emissions from coal-fired power plants. This was the culmination of a three...
This week, the Coal Free Future Tour finally arrived at its last stop, Boston . Eastern Massachusetts couldn’t be a better place to meet with community activists and work with them to shut down old dirty coal plants. Just north of...
Greenpeace, 350.org and coalition activists rally at the harbor in Boston, Mass., Oct. 24, 2009, to call attention to the threat of sea level rise from global warming.
Greenpeace, 350.org and coalition activists rally behind a sandbag wall at the harbor in Boston, Mass., Oct. 24, 2009, to call attention to the threat of sea level rise from global warming.
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